In our fast-paced world, where political divides, global challenges, and tribal mindsets often consume our thoughts, it’s easy to overlook the fundamental need for self-care and emotional well-being. This blog post delves into the profound practice of answering three simple yet transformative questions: What brings you happiness and joy? What are you grateful for? Who and what do you love? These questions, explored through the lens of mindfulness and positive psychology, are not just a luxury but a vital act of self-preservation and leadership. They enhance positive emotions, promote gratitude, and nurture social connections. The post highlights practical applications, such as daily journaling and mindful conversations, to help individuals navigate life’s complexities, strengthen their mental and emotional health, and contribute to a more compassionate and connected society. Learn more!
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In this podcast episode, we discuss the importance of taking small steps in leadership. Extraordinary leaders not only cast big visions but also break them down into achievable milestones for their teams. By doing so, they foster a sense of connection, motivate individuals, and ensure steady progress towards the ultimate goal. Enjoy
We hope you’re enjoying a fantastic week as we approach the Fourth of July holiday here in the united states. Like many of you, our team is taking some time off, so we thought we’d again share our mid-year reflection episode as we move into the second half of 2023.
This mid-year break or interruption in our regular routines, is an opportunity to reflect on how the year has gone thus far and plan for how we’d like the remainder of the year to unfold. So, whether you’re grilling, spending time with family, or simply taking a moment to yourself, let’s dive into some reflection questions that can help guide your assessment and shape your future endeavors.
In this episode, we talk about three things the best leaders do when they get laid off or experience a work transition. We share how good leaders lean into self-compassion, self-care, and reach out to their networks to get back on that proverbial employment horse. Enjoy!
We are excited to announce our new course designed to inspire female leaders to ponder their stories, influence, and role in writing a positive narrative with others. It’s about storytelling, becoming a stronger woman of influence, and understanding the power that lies within our own narratives. In this episode, we talk about what inspired our new course and how you can harness the power of your story. Enjoy!